Apr 21 2016

Well-known bands set to perform at Spring Fling

3 years ago marlin-chronicle Comments Off on Well-known bands set to perform at Spring Fling
By Harrison Kirkland Pop punk band Red Jumpsuit Apparatus will headline this year’s Spring Fling, which will be hosted on Saturday, April 30 at 6 p.m. by the Wesleyan Activities Council (WAC). The band will be kicking off a 10-year anniversary tour. Well Reds, an alt-pop rock band that is very popular on the college Read More

Pub N’ Club at Vdubb

3 years ago bjgilchrist Comments Off on Pub N’ Club at Vdubb
By Chantel Sills cdsills@vwc.edu Pub n’ Club is an event thrown by the Student Government Association (SGA). It gives students a safe club atmosphere with the added convenience of not having to leave Virginia Wesleyan’s campus. The first Pub n’ Club event took place last spring semester. With the change in the social policies on Read More

Why we need weed

3 years ago Andrew Deluca Comments Off on Why we need weed
By Andrew Deluca I know what you’re thinking. Before I even begin sharing my thoughts, you’ll think that I’m just a helpless stoner who wants to legalize marijuana so I can be high all day. I’m not going to justify your preconceptions with a response; not because they’re wrong, but because I honestly feel it Read More

DIII Week showcases Marlin Athletes

3 years ago bjgilchrist Comments Off on DIII Week showcases Marlin Athletes
By Corey King ckking1@vwc.edu Virginia Wesleyan College celebrated Division III week earlier this month, recognizing the accomplishments and experiences of student-athletes on and off of the field/court. According to the VWC Athletics website, Division III Week is an opportunity for all individuals associated with Division III to observe and celebrate the impact of athletics and Read More

Currier shining bright for VWC

3 years ago bjgilchrist Comments Off on Currier shining bright for VWC
By Jamie Crawley jjcrawley@vwc.edu The Virginia Wesleyan College men’s lacrosse team got off to the best start in school history, reeling off six consecutive wins to start the season. The men are currently in an intense race for dominance in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC). One of the biggest catalysts for this success is Read More

No car? Hope you like being stuck on campus

3 years ago Laurissa Senecal Comments Off on No car? Hope you like being stuck on campus
By Michael Willson There are a lot of benefits to going to school in the Norfolk/Virginia Beach area. You can spend the day at the Oceanfront, meet a kangaroo at the Virginia Zoo and go shopping at MacArthur and Lynnhaven Malls. Yes sir, there is so much to do, if you have a car that Read More

New opportunities with Marlin Ministries

3 years ago Laurissa Senecal Comments Off on New opportunities with Marlin Ministries
By Laurissa Senecal Chaplain Greg West and Marlin Ministry student leaders are raising money to support two full-time staff positions to keep up with the rapid growth the club experienced over the past four years. Marlin Ministry’s plan is two-fold. First, they want to bring George Scott’s position of part-time worship leader to a full-time Read More

The Marlin Undertow

3 years ago Courtney Herrick Comments Off on The Marlin Undertow
Go see this: The Jungle Book a fantasy, drama film that is sure to put viewers in a place of nostalgia is out in theaters. The movie depicts the main character, Mowgli, who was raised by a family of wolves, learning valuable life lessons as he reaches self-actualization through the journey of his life. The Read More

The Dugout: Women’s Soccer Fights for Equity Pay

3 years ago bjgilchrist Comments Off on The Dugout: Women’s Soccer Fights for Equity Pay
By Samantha Small  Sam is a senior majoring in communications The U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team (USWNT), which has been serially successful—far more so than its male counterpart—recently filed a lawsuit demanding pay parity from U.S. soccer’s governing body. Five players from the team filed the lawsuit against the U.S. Soccer Federation: Carli Lloyd, Alex Read More

Marlins Softball reaches highest ranking in school history

3 years ago bjgilchrist Comments Off on Marlins Softball reaches highest ranking in school history
By Hayley Heath hrheath@vwc.edu & Samantha Small stsmall@vwc.edu     The Virginia Wesleyan College women’s softball team is taking its success to a new level this year, ranking fourth in the country and boasting a 32-5 record. With their rank being the highest in the school’s history, the Marlins look to continue their momentum as Read More